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Synonyms for cartoon

Synonyms for cartoon

a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine

a film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence

draw cartoons of

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At the heart of the offensive elements of the cartoon was a partly shaded out top of the letter "o" in the word Controller so as to appear, at least to some, as a "u," thus forming the vulgar word which we won't publish here at the risk of offending our readers.
I've since published hundreds of cartoons in American Scientist.
Pair up a funny thought with a drawing or two and voila: cartoon! Use your art or photos to talk about things you care about, too.
Many political cartoons had racial and political undertones with a narrative of oppression and resistance predominant in the content.
The cartoon published in Marlborough Express featured a group of adults dressed in school uniforms heading to school with bowls in hands, and a woman with a cigarette in her mouth saying: 'Psst.
Yadav was not associated with the final decision on the removal of the cartoons.
In the second cartoon there are references to 8/- and 5/- as Helen has herself driven around town by taxi in search of cheaper eggs.
"When I joined the Air Force, I joined a collection of military quirks, bureaucratic snafus and old military traditions, which all lend themselves to great cartoons," Pope said.
Ajaz Anwar presented readings from 'Reminiscences of Old Lahore', based on the art and style of Dr Anwar Ali, who contributed political cartoons and later created the 'Nanna' character that held a satirical mirror to the society.
In this exhibition most of the cartoons portray the flood and inundation of villages and towns and also the cartoonists simultaneously held a fund raising exhibition for flood relief work.
Hong Kong, China, June 08, 2019 --( After successful evaluations, Animiz has finally released a cartoon maker that will help users create teacher cartoons that enhance teaching methods.
The Door Slams Shut features Yiddish political cartoons from Der Groyser Kundes, a satirical New York newspaper of the 1920s.
A FEW decades ago, cartoons for children on TV channels were a real form of entertainment.
Political cartoons are one of Upfront's most popular features.